On Thursday, January 26th, the brothers of Gamma-Pi hosted a rush event for our brothers from the Xi-Beta chapter of Kappa Sigma at Northeastern. Organized by Grand Master of Ceremonies Josh Zeidman, the event was a great opportunity to learn from Xi-Beta’s rush techniques, and introduce their potential pledges to the brothers here at MIT.
The brothers and rushees of Xi-Beta arrived at the house in the late afternoon for an evening of relaxation, good food, and brotherly love. The first floor was packed as a basketball game was played on the projector, with foosball, pool, and ping pong games ongoing throughout the night. A pizza dinner was available to everyone who attended, as well as house tours conducted by the brothers of Gamma-Pi.
After the night’s activities, a few Gamma-Pi brothers were able to sit in as the remaining Xi-Beta’s discussed their rush events and the status of their bids.
Overall, the night was a huge success, and the first of a hopefully long line of joint social events with Kappa Sigma chapters from other schools. We were all happy to help our Xi-Beta brothers in the final stages of their winter rush, and wish them all the best in their upcoming pledge program.